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11/06/2015 - Nuts for health
Eating regular quantities of nuts, including peanuts, may have major benefits for the health, researchers claim today. More

27/05/2015 - Fibre may protect against diabetes
A new study adds to the evidence that consuming dietary fibre may protect against type 2 diabetes, researchers report today. More

27/05/2015 - Diet may deter endometrial cancer
A healthy diet, based on Mediterranean foods, could help a woman halve her risk of developing cancer of the lining of the womb, researchers report today. More

20/05/2015 - Childhood alert in obesity research
Britain's population is becoming overweight younger than ever before, researchers warn today. More

18/05/2015 - Peanut threat to asthma children
Many children with asthma may suffer from concealed peanut allergy, researchers have warned. More

12/05/2015 - Hormone that puts men at risk of female cancer
Breast cancer affects hundreds of men every year - and levels of the female hormone oestrogen may be a major cause of it, researchers report today. More

07/05/2015 - Healthy diet link to memory protection
People who eat a healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables could be helping to protect their brains against memory and thinking decline, a new study has suggested. More

07/05/2015 - WHO urges caution on obesity report
The World Health Organisation has urged caution over a report that has warned of a European obesity crisis. More

01/05/2015 - One sugary drink daily creates diabetes risk
Many people could dramatically cut their risk of developing diabetes simply by replacing one sugary drink a day by water or unsweetened tea or coffee, researchers reveal today. More

29/04/2015 - Strong diet link to colon cancer
A new study shows the devastating impact of western diets on the risk of colon cancer. More

23/04/2015 - Low-carb only cure for obesity - Malhotra
Too many carbs in the diet are the main cause of the UK's obesity outbreak, according to an outspoken cardiologist today. More

10/04/2015 - Underweight people in dementia risk
Middle-aged people who are underweight face a significantly increased risk of developing dementia, researchers warned today. More

09/04/2015 - Blue broccoli cuts cholesterol levels
Broccoli is a vegetable loved by some, hated by others and regarded as especially healthy - and a new blue-tinged variety is even healthier, researchers have reported. More

08/04/2015 - Allergy transmitted via donated blood
A new case study suggests that food allergies can be "caught" via blood transfusions. More

07/04/2015 - Dairy foods may prevent diabetes
Eggs, yoghurt and cheese might all help to cut the risk of developing diabetes, according to Scandinavian researchers. More

25/03/2015 - How alcohol causes liver cancer
Drinking three alcoholic drinks per day significantly raises the risk of liver cancer, experts warned today. More

20/03/2015 - Trial clears sweetener of reactions
There is no evidence to suggest that the artificial sweetener aspartame produces adverse effects among consumers, a new test has concluded. More

19/03/2015 - Changes to British diet that cut heart disease
Most people in the UK could cut their risk of heart disease and stroke by a third by changing their diet to national guidelines, according to a new study. More

19/03/2015 - Pester power may cut salt use?
Child pester power may be the key to getting adults to cut use of salt and protect themselves against high blood pressure, British researchers say today. More

17/03/2015 - Cancer risk from female obesity
Women who are obese face a 40% increased risk of developing a range of cancers, researchers warn today. More

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